Pebble is pushing out a redesigned Pebble Time app for iPhone, alongside new firmware for the smartwatch itself. The biggest change for iPhone users will be the redesigned app, which places navigation tabs along the bottom of the screen to easily toggle between screens for Watchfaces, Apps and Notifications. Alongside the redesign, the app also now supports a total of six languages and allows users to easily filter which apps are allowed to send notifications.

On the firmware side of things, the most notable change is the addition of jumbo emoji. Now, when you're sent a single emoji, you'll see a bigger version than normal. The firmware update also refines some of the watch's Health activity notifications.

Here's the full breakdown of what's new in these updates, from Pebble:

Pebble Time Firmware 3.10 Release Notes

  • Jumbo emoji. Jumboji? See the big change when you receive a single emoji.
  • Refined Pebble Health activity notifications.
  • Support for iOS notification filtering and other features introduced in version 3.10 of the Pebble Time app for iPhone.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Pebble Time App for iOS 3.10 Release Notes

  • NEW Look and feel: Manage Watchfaces, Apps, and Notifications from the bottom tabs. Access expanded Settings and Options from the top right Menu.
  • NEW Notification Filtering: Control which apps are allowed to send notifications to your watch from the new Notifications tab.
  • In-app language support now includes English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
  • Improved reliability of Text Replies.
  • Fixed high data usage experienced by some users.
  • Bug fixes and performance improvements.

To grab the latest firmware, you can check inside of the Pebble Time app by heading to Menu > Support > Update Your Pebble.